MATH 2250 - Differential Equations / Linear Algebra
Thanks for teaching Differential Equations / Linear Algebra this semester! Below you'll find both semester-specific and general materials to help you in preparing your courses. Please feel free to add to this collection other great works that you have created.
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Course Learning Objectives
The learning objectives detail what skills students are expected to master in the course.
Here is a basic template of the department syllabus.
Matlab Crash Course
This will guide students through the basics of using Matlab and syntax
Systems of DE's
Here are several examples to assign students to read to further their expectations of Linear Systems of DE's. I use these as reading material for the students and then refer to them to help classify systems during in class practice.
The Euler approximation lab has students code Euler's method and Modified Euler's Method to give approximations of first order DE's. The lab can be done in Excel, Matlab or other programming language. I have also included the excel spreadsheet for the in class practice to follow as a template.
Midterm Exam Review Topics
Here are a list of review topics for students for each of the 4 midterm exams.